Colorado Rocky Mountain School

THE ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

Colorado Rocky Mountain School is a college prep school for students in grades 9-12. It is a place to adventure, explore, create, challenge, engage, and connect. It is a place to belong.

OUR PROGRAMS

The CRMS Experience

CRMS is an ideal learning environment for motivated, college-bound high school students because of its intentional, research-based programming, deliberate size, and unrivaled geographic location.

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WHAT OUR STUDENTS & PARENTS ARE SAYING


CRMS educates the whole student. Graduates continue to be life-long learners and responsible citizens of the world. It’s a unique and powerful education in the Rocky Mountains.

Sam L.

Best thing I ever did was go to Colorado Rocky Mountain School. It was a magical time and friends for life.

Sandra C.

Fantastic school with fantastic programs. This school has a special place in my heart.

William F.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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23 April 2021

Spring Trip

April 18 - April 24
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26 April 2021

Senior Projects Begin

April 26

A key focus of academics and student life at CRMS is the Senior Project.  The Senior Project promotes self-reliance and responsibility. Certainly, academics are the focus of life at Colorado Boarding Schools. In addition, this program prepares our students for life after graduation.

The start of this event marks the beginning of our Senior Project journey. As a result of the timeline of the project, this marks one of many milestones as it relates to The Senior Project

During the project, seniors begin to understand the transition from school life to real world working environments.

As a result, students are encouraged to explore project options at the end of their junior year.  The program is a hallmark experience towards graduation. Students often identify new passions or compelling service opportunities, or they may design a program that intensifies current interests.

Interested in learning more about Colorado Boarding Schools and experiential learning? Check out the Association for Experiential Learning Education to see the positive impact of experiences paired with education. Click here to learn more about academics at Colorado Rocky Mountain School.

 

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27 April 2021

All School Meeting

April 27 @ 1:15 pm - 2:00 pm

This event will stream on YouTube.

All-School Meeting is a beloved tradition at CRMS. Each meeting begins with a student musical performance, followed by a senior speech (each senior addresses the school community reflecting on their time at CRMS). Afterward, there are designated times for accountability and gratitude (community “thank you’s”), along with any relevant announcements. All-School Meeting is a time that can be humorous, reflective, informational, and thoughtful, all in one space. Each meeting ends with the presentation of the “Braj Award,” which recognizes an outstanding member of the community, chosen by the previous week’s winner.

All-School Meeting is a time each week where students have a tangible opportunity to see and feel the community and consider their role in it. We talk overtly about the importance of actively contributing to your community, not just passively standing by.

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